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for christmas. we have rain here and snow in the sierra. new showers along the 880 and 680 corridor, fremont, milpitas all the way up almost to pleasanton now picking up showers. and palo alto is about to get wet, as well. toward the radar site mount vaca, vacaville, winters east towards sacramento and south toward vallejo along the i-80 corridor we are getting some rain. we are getting a break where we need it, marin county. your urban small stream and flood advisory expired. here's the sierra snowfall. early christmas gift from 24" to 60" of new snow by monday and the snow level which is very low right now will shoot up to between 5,000 and 7,000 feet tonight and tomorrow. mid-50s outside. it was windy. it was wet. and somewhat mild. pretty close to normal. san jose 56. santa rosa 52. with the cloud cover tonight, we'll stay right around 50 degrees for an overnight low from mountain view. 49 for fremont, vallejo 51 and santa rosa 47. so no worry about a freeze but there will be plenty more rain coming. we have this big low pressure area spinning off oregon that is going to continue to feed
on the other side town. a big plume smoke, i thought it was ail building. >> reporter:a fremont fire spokesman says workers at the plant initially tried to use fire extinguishers to put out the fire. and okay depending on the metal, and that's something we don't know at this point, what kind metal shavings were involved and okay fire extinguishers are not always effective with metal, there is a delay possibly in calling 911. that's the story in fremont. mark sayre, back to you. >>> no sprinklers? >> we'll ask and get back to you at clock. >>> high tides and up and down the shoreline the king tides lived up to their names. they hit their peak at mid- morning and some areas the water roses a couple inches and others several feet. >> it's been coming in fast as it looked like it was going up a bathtub. >> i think it's amazing and it's coming up. >> bill hudson sent us this video from high tide. stretch road in sunset beach today. part of pacific coast highway there was shun for part of the morning. chief meteorologist paul de is keeping on eye on the hi tides. paul -- these king t all depend on
departments to step up their presence around schools. oakland, fremont, san leandro, palo alto police all increased school patrols. san francisco police already have resource officers on campus. they say they are double- checking school safety plans. >>> cbs 5 reporter joe vazquez is in san francisco and joe, extra police or not, the schools across the bay area are addressing what happened today. >> reporter: that's right. i have talked to a lot of parents today and the mood is still one of horror and disbelief that something like this could happen at a school. you know, eventually the conversation turned to a question, is the school going to keep my kid safe? the school spent the day reassuring parents that yes they will keep them as safe as possible. it may be 3,000 miles away from the worst grade school shooting in american history, but still the mood here is somber. >> i think every parent is turning around and saying i got hug my kids that much tighter today. in fact, i got a text from a friend who said i drove straight from my son's preschool and gave him a hug and said son i love y
in fremont monitor the hills. this old landslide is clearly visible just above the neighborhood but juan gonzalez says there has not been too much trouble recently. >> the neighbors had a meeting in the school and they were concerned about the slides. >> reporter: it's right above the school. >> yeah. >> reporter: now, if you live right nexta hillside the experts advise you not to sleep in lower bedrooms during times of heavy rain. keep an eye out for fresh cracks in the hillside and any sort of mud and rock flow that you haven't seen before. live in menlo park, i'm mark sayre, cbs 5. >>> well, at times the rain was coming down at a rate of more than two-tenths an hour. we have video of the rain in the parking lot of the bay fair shopping center in san leandro this morning. we turn now to cbs 5 chief meteorologist paul deanno and paul, just how much did we get? >> we got more than an inch of rainfall again in many locations. want to show you first just what's going on right now that we are getting indeed that break from the rainfall. cbs 5 hi-def doppler dry from the north bay all the w
into san jose, fremont, oakland and redwood city. your lows tonight in the low 50s. concord 51. a little milder tonight because we have cloud cover. another cloudy day today. but there's a difference between this weathermaker and the past several. one, it's not as juicy. there's not as much moisture in the atmosphere and two, we have an area of high pressure building in from the south which has shoved the storm track farther up to the north. it's pouring in seattle. it's pouring in portland. it's pouring in eugene. it's pouring in crescents city. but crescent city but not here in the bay area. after tomorrow high pressure will build off to the west giving's dry flow of air from the northwest and it's december so a northwest flow of air will be chilly. highs around 60, lows in the 30s. but you get the sunshine back as soon as the end of the week and into the weekend. we'll have showers throughout the morning commute but nothing too terribly heavy. it will be out of here by the evening and will clear out and thursday looks sunnier than the past couple of days. so what to expect? showers mo
it to be chilly tonight. mid-40s for free. low 40s in napa. we'll be talking about fog. 40s in fremont. cloud cover all day long in the central valley. when that low cloud cover moves into the bay area we call it tule fog and we'll see that once again tonight. that's the source of our low cloud cover during the day. it will be the source of our fog coming up tomorrow morning. so fog and low cloud cover especially inland closer to the central valley coming up tomorrow morning. once that fog burns off we get back to high pressure. high pressure will be here for five straight days will be sunny and dry through the week and i know you have a long christmas or holiday shopping list. you will have ample opportunity to get outside on saturday and sunday. whether it's the indoor mall or walking up and down main street. foggy tonight especially inland. this pattern will be mainly dry in the weekend saturday and sunday both look fantastic. we'll start off with your friday. highs tomorrow low 60s. concord cool above average 4 degrees about normal and san francisco and oakland 62 or 63. santa clara sunsh
. mountain view down to 35. fremont 33. frost advisory in effect as concord and livermore are under a frost advisory. frees warning for santa rosa and napa. upper 20s tonight. clear skies and dry conditions. winter begins friday morning at 3:12 local time. it will be rainfall moving in then. first th cold. we have a big storm north of us not impacting us until thursday likely. until then there is a weak area of high pressure to the south ushering in the influence coming from the north and west giving us the cold weather today and very cold weather coming up tonight because we don't have that blanket of cloud cover over top of us, we'll lose the heating of the day back to the atmosphere rather efficiently. by thursday, that's two days from now, we are talking about rainfall moving in. once it gets here it's going to be tough to shake thursday through sunday once again a storm track aimed at northern california. a lot of rainfall moving in and it begins late in the day on thursday. so clouds will increase tomorrow but no rain just yet. after that cold night will start sunny finish the day clo
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